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May
24

Veterinary Assistant at the San Diego Zoo

The veterinary assistant students went on a field trip to the San Diego Zoo; we talked to the instructor to see what they learned What did you learn while at the zoo?  “They learned about a lot of different species. They looked for ailments that can affect those animals. They also got a chance to […]

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May
22

Pharmacy Technician instructor interview.

We sat down with our Pharmacy Technician instructor to ask some questions about the program. American College of Healthcare’s Pharmacy Technician program is a 9-month program available at our Riverside campus. What got you into teaching? “I got into teaching when my daughter took the pharmacy technician took the class at the American College of […]

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May
08

10 tips to succeed in the veterinary assistant program

American College of Healthcare’s Veterinary Assistant program is a 9-month program. Here are 10 things to make you a better student in this course. Attendance- If you are not in class, or at work, you can’t learn, and you are not going to get paid. Showing up is the most important thing you can do […]

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May
03

Study tips to retain information.

  Studying is one of those things in school that is not much fun to do, but is necessary to keep the brain organized and to recall information. Studying can be the difference between getting an A in a class and getting a C. Here are a few tips to make your studying just a […]

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May
01

Hearing vs Listening

Sometimes you’re talking to someone and what they are saying is so boring that you just start to tune them out, but as soon as they mention something that interests you, your ears perk up and you hold on to every word they say. That is the biggest difference between simply hearing someone, and listening […]

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Apr
26

Amy’s Farm field trip

Veterinary Assistant students at the American College of Healthcare in Riverside, CA took a field trip to Amy’s Farm in Ontario, California to learn more about farm animals. The tour lasted almost two hours and the students got a close-up tour on how the farm runs as well as a lot of information on the […]

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Apr
19

Job search tips for students.

Looking for some help finding a job on top of the help the career at the American College of Healthcare will provide you with? Here are some extra things you can do to find the job of your dreams. Online resources: Looking for a job online is a great way to find a job. With […]

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Apr
17

Medical Assisting Interview.

We interviewed one of our Medical Assistant instructors. Our Medical Assisting program is an 8-month program. Our MA program is available at our Riverside and Huntington Park locations. What makes your program stand out? “There’s a lot of diversity in the field. The scope of jobs you can get is large. You don’t only have […]

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Apr
12

Traits employers are looking for.

Prospective employees often wonder what traits employers are looking for, here are a few that can help lead you to success. While having a few of these traits may not guarantee you a job, they will dramatically improve your hireabilty. Communication skills:  Being able to communicate effectively is one of if not the most important […]

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Apr
05

Tips to land the job.

Here at the American College of Healthcare, we know your education is important, but we also know getting the job after you graduate is just as important. Here are some tips to help you land the job. Nail your resume- Your resume is one of, if not the most important things to the job process […]

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